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Wednesday, December 2, 2009, Chandigarh, India
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Obama calls up PM, discusses Af-Pak
New Delhi, December 1
Just a week after the leaders met in Washington, US President Barack Obama telephoned Prime Minister Manmohan Singh this morning to discuss his Afghanistan-Pakistan strategy and the forthcoming UN summit on climate change to be held in Copenhagen.

Holds video conference with Karzai
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Doctors participate in a walkathon as part of an awareness drive to mark the day in Mumbai on Tuesday.New Delhi, December 1
On the 21st World AIDS Day today, India has some reason to rejoice. The good news is that children, the most vulnerable of all to the epidemic, are now much higher on AIDS agenda in the country, with the government receiving extended support from the Global Fund for Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission.

Doctors participate in a walkathon as part of an awareness drive to mark the day in Mumbai on Tuesday. ó PTI
Nation Page: Sonia flags off second phase of Red Ribbon Express

Hooda takes umbrage at Badalís stance
Says HC building can be shared
Chandigarh, December 1
Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said here today that it was the constitutional right of the people of the state to have a high court of their own in Chandigarh, which was the capital of the state.

4 jawans killed in battery blast
Jalandhar, December 1
Four Army personnel of the Motor Transport Section of 20 SATA battalion were killed when the battery they were recharging exploded in the Jalandhar Cantonment area around 8.30 p.m. this night.



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Raoís flip-flop on fast triggers confusion
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Hyderabad, December 1
The maverick Telangana protagonist K Chandrasekhar Raoís flip-flop on his much-publicised fast has led to confusion in Andhra Pradesh political circles. Barely a day after calling off his indefinite fast on the advice of doctors following deterioration of health condition, Rao, the president of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), changed his mind and announced today that he would continue the hunger strike demanding creation of separate Telangana state.

Scribes can make world better: Prez
Hyderabad, December 1
Noting that journalists have a stake in building a better and safer world, the President Pratibha Patil today advised them to strike a balance between portrayal of negative and positive happenings in the society. ďThere is a tendency in some sections of media to focus excessively on news which is negative.

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Free power to go in Punjab but subsidy to continue
Chandigarh, December 1
The two-member committee comprising Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Badal and Industries Minister Manoranjan Kalia has reached a broad consensus on the issue of subsidies. All modalities were worked out at a meeting between the two early today after which Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal was also informed. However, the government has decided to withhold the report for now in view of the forthcoming Winter Session of the Vidhan Sabha.



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